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Two Phrase Story #20

I provide the first phrase and you complete the sentence, in your own way and we see in how many different directions one thought can be taken….. “The candle sputtered and died……”   My attempt “……..but the feral glow in her eyes was undiminished.”   Your turn. Advertisements

Two phrase story #16

I provide the first phrase and you complete the sentence, in your own way and we see in how many different directions one thought can be taken….. “She kept him awake most nights……..” My attempt “…..by simply not being there.”   Your turn!

Two Phrase Story #15

I provide the first phrase and you complete the sentence, in your own way and we see in how many different directions one thought can be taken….. “The distinct metallic clink told him…..”   My attempt “The belt was coming off.” Your turn!

Two phrase story #13

I give the first phrase and you think up the second, and together we make a story, or a joke, or anything you might want it be. “His mind was not at rest……” My attempt “…….it traveled every moment with her on her journey.” Your turn!

Two phrase story #9

I provide the first phrase, you complete the thought and who knows where you might lead the train? “A breeze parted the curtains……”   “………but the frosted glass doors were shut”   Your turn. 🙂

Pun of the weak (c. Abyssbrain)

I wasn’t a Cubist till I started winning at the craps table….

Two phrase story

“He sat under a beautiful vivid green bower…. …. But green was still monochromatic.” Your turn.

Two Phrase Story #4

“She turned the ignition off………”       …….and lay back, hearing the rain batter the windscreen. Your turn.

Still calling it “Two Phrase Story”

Here’s what you have to work with, “The bitter liquid burned as it went down his throat…” My effort, “”Twilights are the darkest hours”,  he thought as he took another swig”

I’m calling my game “Two Phrase Story”

I started this last week and I had high hopes  (Why only high, why not wide as well?) that it would catch on, people would post it on their blogs and then so on. Hubris strikes the scaliest too! Anyhow, to tweak the one rule a little (and I know few of you followed the … Continue reading

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